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by Beth Donovan – www.CoachBeth.us I have had clinical major depression turned bipolar depression and obsessive-compulsive disorder ever since childhood. I needed therapy to help me with such things because I required diagnosis and treatment. Treatment during my childhood included hospitalization … Read more
by Beth Donovan – www.CoachBeth.us I keep a record of positive things that I see, do, hear, think, and discover. I call this my Positivity Journal. I make it a daily goal to write 3 positive things about myself and … Read more
by Vonetta Wade, CPC https://www.linkedin.com/in/vonetta-wade-6a497013 Prior to taking the Science of Positivity course, I thought I already knew enough about positivity. I’m a fairly positive person, and many people tell me I have positive energy. I just wanted to learn … Read more
Continuing from the previous blog, the client and I talked about different approaches to coaching including an option of exploring what she wanted and then focusing on building her confidence. This option is taught in the Certified Professional Coach program … Read more
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Great coaches are prepared, present, and purposeful. The third of these three hallmarks is explored in here, building on the first two. Purposeful Dictionary.com defines purposeful as: having a purpose, full of meaning; significant. Having a purpose means an intentional … Read more